Frames: Differentiating the Core Curriculum

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Frames: Differentiating the Core Curriculum (10:40-11:20)

Frames are an instructional tool teachers or students can use to differentiate the core curriculum while instantly increasing challenge for all learners. Just as frames are selected to complement an artistic composition, educational frames are selected to highlight, extend, enhance, and focus attention on required instructional content. Each dimension of the frame outlines an option for teachers or students that guides learning and demands deep, abstract thinking. Create several Depth & Complexity Frames specific to your content and meet the web application “Frames-Maker” that will have you and your students making Frames in no time.